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Toggling Telemetry

Faust collects completely anonymous telemetry data about general usage. Participation in this anonymous program is optional.

What data do we collect?

WordPress Environment

  • WordPress version
  • PHP version
  • Faust plugin version & settings (frontend_uri is not collected)
  • WordPress Multisite
  • If site is hosted on WP Engine
  • Active plugins

Node Environment

  • @faustwp/core version
  • @faustwp/cli version
  • @faustwp/blocks version
  • @faustwp/block-editor-utils version
  • @faustwp/experimental-app-router version
  • @apollo/client version
  • Node version
  • Next.js Version
  • If the node environment is in dev mode (was npm run dev ran)
  • The command that is ran (i.e. npm run devnpm run build)
  • The Operating System Platform name

We do not collect any personally identifiable information or sensitive information like environment variables, file paths, or any application URLs.

How can I participate in this anonymous program?

If you’d like to join the program, you can enable telemetry by selecting yes on the prompt:

You can also go to the Faust Settings page and toggle the feature:

How can I disable telemetry?

If you have previously enabled telemetry, you may opt out at any time by untoggling the setting under Faust Settings.